The Lord of the Rings is not only one of the longest blockbuster film trilogies, but the franchise has also inspired the Guinness World Record holder for the “Largest Interlocking Plastic Brick Diorama” at the children’s museum Smaerd Land in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.
Created by 50 designers across three years with over 150 million bricks, The Lord of the Rings LEGO diorama was inspired by the many battles that unfolded in the fantasy trilogy created by J.R.R. Tolkien. Measuring over 2,060 square feet, you’ll recognize plenty of settings from Middle-earth in the Guinness World Record video below. Read More »
Hugh Jackman is a multi-hyphenate performer: an actor, a singer, a dancer, a greatest showman. Well, he can now add one more label to that list: Guinness World Records holder. The Logan actor may have bid farewell to the superhero that he has played since 2000, but he’s about to get one more thing to remember the adamantium-clawed mutant by — a certificate for the longest career as a live-action Marvel superhero for his role as Wolverine.
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Posted on Friday, June 8th, 2012 by Angie Han
With everything from pregnancy advice manuals to pen-and-paper guessing games being turned into movies these days, the only thing surprising about this news is that it’s taken this long. Warner Bros. is negotiating for the film rights to The Guinness Book of World Records, with the intention of turning it into an action adventure flick. Tasked with finding a storyline in the reference book is The Office writer and producer Danny Chun, who’s been hired to write the screenplay. More details after the jump.
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